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Homeowners launches equity Isa

Homeowners Investment Fund Managers is this week launching its equity ISA, allowing investors to save up to £7,000 per year tax-free.

The mini ISA allows savings of £30 per month or a lump sum of £500, up to a limit of £3,000 and between £500 and £7,000 per year in the maxi ISA.

The ISA invests in the FTSE 100 tracker Homeowners Investment Growth Fund and incurs an annual management charge of 1 per cent, while the saver has access to their money at any time.

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